Films start at 8pm.
Tickets (£6) on the door.
Door and bar from 7.30pm
A number of tickets are available to pre-book online for each film.
Venue: The Studio at the Queen Mother Theatre (QMT), Walsworth Road.
We are part of the BFI Film Audience Network and members of Cinema For All
September 13 - "A Star is Born" (15) (USA)
One of the smash films of the year, this romantic musical sizzles with the chemistry of its two leads.
September 27 - "Styx" (15) (Germany, Austria)
A thrilling film, shot in high seas, about a young female doctor encountering a leaking ship full of migrants while sailing to a remote island in the Atlantic. Not only is Styx an amazing feat of cinematography; it also asks important ethical questions.
October 4 - "The Sisters Brothers" (15)
Set in 1851, this is a revisionist western with Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly on top form as brothers and hired guns. Plenty of action but also plenty of wonderful dialogue, dark humour and beautiful scenery.
October 25 - "Red Joan" (15)
Judi Dench plays a former spy and Sophie Cookson her younger self in this costume drama about the politics of the Cold War period. Based on a true story.
November 15 - "Woman at War" (15) (Iceland)
A quirky comedy from Iceland, about “the mother of all green goddesses” (P Bradshaw). Behind a quiet normal life, fifty year old Halla is carrying out a bold campaign as an eco-warrior. A film for our times.
November 29 - "The White Crow" (15)
An elegant biopic about Nureyev’s rise to fame in Russia and his eventual escape to the West. Ralph Fiennes directs and also plays his ballet teacher.
December 6 - "Eighth Grade" (15)
Kayla is thirteen and on the brink of graduating from middle school. This coming of age story perfectly portrays the agonies of growing up and today’s social media obsession. 99% Rotten Tomatoes. “A masterpiece” (Daily Telegraph).